accepting applications for grants and scholarships now
Finlandia Foundation National is now accepting applications for its 2015 grants and scholarships, as well as Performer of the Year for the term Sep 1, 2015-aug 31, 2016.
January 15, 2015: Grants
February 2, 2015: Scholarships
February 14, 2015: Performer of the Year
Please visit the Finlandia Foundation National website www.FinlandiaFoundation.org for Applications and Information.
Mark your calendars!
Dec 1, 2014
Christmas Party is either on Monday, December 1st, or right after our Independence Day Celebration on December 6th. More info very soon.
Dec 6, 2014
Our Independence Day Celebration is this year on the actual Independence Day, December 6th at a new location, Advent Lutheran Church on 93rd Street and Broadway, New York. The celebration is set to start at 3.00pm. Welcome!
Thank you for joining our 60th Anniversary Party!
The celebration was beautiful and entertaining, and Finlandia Foundation's Arts and Letters Award 2014 was bestowed upon Ms. Paula Koivuniemi.
Finlandia Foundation Ny Chapter congratulates:
Lucy Abrams, Alexandra Angoli, Sari Hannula, Rebekka Rautionmaa, Sarppa Seppänen, Jolene Sarkinen, Neal Simons, Oscar Somersalo, Niina Vuolajärvi and Mira Vuorinen for receiving our 2014 scholarships and grants. Bios and pictures to follow.
The Finlandia Foundation New York Metropolitan Chapter has a distinguished record of awarding scholarships to qualified individuals for study in the United States and Finland in such fields as: science, medicine, business, music, art, history, education, and Finnish studies. Read more of the details and application process.
The Finlandia Foundation New York Metropolitan Chapter Is A Non-Profit Organization, Governed By A Board Of Directors, Which Supports And Cultivates Finnish Culture In The New York Tri-State Area.
We Invite You To Help The Finlandia Foundation® Achieve Its Mission By Joining Our Efforts In Support Of Finnish-American Exchange!
Finlandia Foundation New York Metropolitan Chapter is a not-for-profit organization under section 501(c)3 of the IRS Code. This means that your unrestricted donations are 100% tax deductible. We accept donations to our scholarship funds and in support of our activities to preserve Finnish culture in the greater New York area.